'Modern Family' recap: Statute of Limitations

Our lives are full of secrets, many of which we keep from the people we love. But as the Pritchett/Delgado/Tucker/Dunphy clan taught us last night, it's okay to come clean! But only after a reasonable amount (approximately 20 years) of time has passed. That way you can avoid any trouble. There's a statute of limitations on these things.

At family brunch, the group started an unfortunate round of transgressions confessions. Claire admitted that she was the one who left the top down on Jay's convertible, not her mom, whom she'd let take the fall. (She had to air out the cigarette smoke!) Jay didn't make it to Claire and Mitchell's figure skating competition because he was stuck at work a.k.a. drunk at the golf course. And that hole in one that ACE Jay got? Mitch just got bored and kicked the ball in the hole. But it's totally fine because of the statute of limitations. Well, it was fine for everyone except Jay who hasn't had to pay for lemonade in 20 years thanks to his faux-hole in one. Read More...



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